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After declining to take field sobriety tests (“I’m not doing your fucking maneuvers”), Boedecker was handcuffed, which prompted him to complain to Boulder cops that he “couldn’t believe we were doing this after all he had done for this city.” He then told two cops to “Go fuck yourselves in the ass.” He also let Officer Vest know that he was an “asshole” who was now his “enemy for life,” and that he hoped the cop would “fucking die.” He later threatened several deputies that “he was going to have their badges.” While his black 2010 Panamera was being impounded by Marv’s Quality Towing, Boedecker was booked into the county jail.
He has horrible taste in shoes, '17 f--king houses,' an imaginary celebrity girlfriend and now, a DUI charge.
Gesturing towards a neighboring yard, Boedecker “said she was in Nashville,” reported Vest.
He described his girlfriend as “batshit crazy.” Boedecker’s imaginary relationship with the 22-year-old country music star apparently was the result of his overindulgence in “cocktails” that left him reeking of booze, slurring his words, and stumbling. A noted philanthropist, Boedecker heads a private foundation (The Boedecker Foundation) with nearly $58 million in assets, according to the group’s most recent tax return.
According to the police report, Boedecker was particulary uncooperative and belligerent with cops.
When asked for his address, he replied, “I have 17 fucking homes.” When he became tired of one cop’s “fucking questions,” Boedecker warned that things were about to become medieval (which is spelled “mid-evil” on the report).
Boedecker runs a charity worth about million and is a known philanthropist in Boulder. He worked as the CEO of the company that makes Crocs until 2005.
But Boedecker was wearing flip flops at the time of his arrest, according to the police report.
When Boulder Police Department cops challenged him about the whereabouts of his purported girlfriend, George Boedecker, 51, claimed that she had bolted from the vehicle after they got into an argument.
After noting that his girlfriend was “a really fucking famous” singer, Boedecker asked Officer Patrick Vest if he “knew who Taylor Swift was.” Vest responded by asking Boedecker where Swift had gone.
shoe company, was passed out at the wheel of his black Porsche Carrera when a witness reported him to police early Sunday evening, the reported.